Nancy Green

13 weeks 2 days ago
With enthusiasm generated by spring, a group of gardening enthusiasts  recently gathered at the Attala County Co-op for a workshop conducted by two experts who gave timely information on vegetable and flower gardening. Kosciusko resident Nellie Neal of Kosciusko, known as Garden Mama, and Jimmy Ray Parish with Central Garden of Cullman,...
13 weeks 2 days ago
Administrators for the 2014-2015 school year and other personnel matters were handled, the school calendar approved, and other business was conducted by the board of trustees of the Kosciusko School District at its meeting on April 14. Administrators approved were Jonathan Carnes, Shane Rodgers, Roger Hill, Jackie McElwain, Cassandra Fulton,...
14 weeks 3 days ago
The Attala County School Board accepted one resignation and hired staff at all of the schools during its meeting last week. Approval was granted for hiring of the staff at Greenlee Elementary, Long Creek Elementary, Ethel High, McAdams High, Kosciusko-Attala Career Technical Center, and the district office. Pay scale was approved for bus...
14 weeks 3 days ago
The Red Hattitude Gals of Kosciusko hosted the Mississippi Red Hat Fling recently at the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club. Red Hat Chapters from throughout Mississippi and some from Alabama and Tennessee were in attendance for the event, which followed the theme “Come to the Cabaret Old Hollywood Style.” Greeting guests at the...
14 weeks 3 days ago
Relocation of one business and the establishment of another has brought new life to the south side of the court square. The former Josephine’s located at 117 W. Jefferson has moved down the street to 111 West Jefferson to share the building with Holly Millikan who maintains her bedding and home interior business on a smaller scale. The...
15 weeks 2 days ago
Throughout National Library Week designated April 13-19, the Attala County Library will focus on the theme “Lives Change @ Your Library.” A number of events are planned for the observance and will be held in the library meeting room. On Sunday, 2-4 p.m. sixth generation Mississippi author Janice Tracy will introduce and sign copies...
16 weeks 2 days ago
Medicine and more best describes Sullivan’s Discount Drugs and Gifts. In addition to getting prescriptions filled and buying other medical needs, customers may also find a gift for just about any occasion that might arise. Established as Sullivan’s Discount Drugs by Ronnie Sullivan in 1969, the store became Sullivan’s...
16 weeks 2 days ago
The Friday kickoff of the 45th annual Natchez Trace Festival will serve as a sample of the activity planned for the event on Saturday, April 26. Beginning at 4 p.m. Friday on North Natchez Street across from the Kosciusko-Attala Development Corporation (KADC) office, there will be a festival atmosphere with music, food and fun for all...
17 weeks 3 days ago
Commissioner Brandon Presley, representing the Northern District of the Mississippi Public Service Commission, was guest speaker for the Lions Club program on Tuesday, March 18. Presley is a resident and former mayor of Nettleton. His address to Lions focused on things being done by the Public Service Commission (PSC) to move Mississippi...
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